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  1. RUN
    alright Meander 16 km

    Nothing flash but the legs are moving again.

  2. RUN
    alright Wait...running? 9 km

    Had a few weeks off running. At one point I just could stomach to run, just did a bit of walking. Porked up a little, relaxed during school holidays...now I'll just re-start a flat battery again.

  3. RUN
    Busselton sunrise 13 km

    Cold but stunningly beautiful, good old Busso never disappoints. A few days of holidays with family.

  4. RUN
    blah Jelly legs 12 km

    Easy pace but absolutely no love felt out there this morning, legs did not want to run (nor did the head too much...).

    • Darren C.
      Darren C.

      You need to beat those legs into submission, perhaps by pounding them against the pavement for another 12 or so km :)

      21 days ago Like1 person

  5. RUN
    blah Too fast too soon 12 km

    Warmed up then started what was going to be a just-comfortable pace (5:10-15) for 8K. It was like hitting a wall around 6K mark, trundled off home after that. Too fast too soon after marathon methi... read more

  6. RUN
    good Back on the road again 11 km

    Couple of 2.5K tempos (4.40 - 4.50) to get the logs going again on a chilly morning.

  7. walk
    great All up...walkies 20 km

    Deliberately no running after last Sunday's marathon, lots of commute walking to and from attending a week-long course in the city. Perfect. Normal services resume tomorrow, back to running.

    • Darren C.
      Darren C.

      Very nice Tomaz. I assume the legs are holding up and receiving well after the big race?

      27 days ago Like1 person

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      All fine, thanks. Just deliberating with my better half if we are both going to run Perth Half Marathon in early August. Gives us something to do...in otherwise such boring lives with nothing else to do :-P

      27 days ago Like1 person

    • Rosalinda

      Sounds like a perfect recovery. Rest up!!

      26 days ago Like1 person

    • Darren C.
      Darren C.

      Ha yes, know the feeling! :) I'm already planning for a half in Aug, then there's the Melbourne marathon in Oct that i'll probably pace for again.

      26 days ago Like1 person

  8. RUN
    good 2017 Perth Marathon 42.2 km 03:56 09:00 pace

    Good day for it, except for the headwind when you need it least - last 16K. Verge of a cramp last 6K, held 5:30 until last 3-4K where I just had to slow down/walk to avoid a thigh cramp (those do s... read more

    • Darren C.
      Darren C. You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      Awesome stuff Tomaz!! A sub-4hr with style. Those headwinds are always so much more sucky than they sound on paper as well. Strong to push through it. Relax now and enjoy a 4641 calorie piece of chocolate mud cake!! (or equivalently evil >:) )

      about 1 month ago

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      :D Thanks mate. No sweet for me for a week I reckon after all the bloody gels and drink. Sausage? Yes. Cheese? Yes. Beer? Oh yes.

      about 1 month ago Like2 people

    • Tomaz L.
      Tomaz L.

      As for headwind - indeed. And this was around the bottom of the hill along the road we finished our run when you came to Perth. The wind wraps around the hill and picks up speed, a wind tunnel effect. Look, I'm not complaining, one or two minutes of life I've happily lost out there :-)

      about 1 month ago Like2 people

    • Ivan T.
      Ivan T.

      Great day. Great achievement. Cheers!!!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  9. Shared Photo

    Bottles of drink with awesome demotivational messages from family ("Stop now old one""Still runnng?""See all these people in front of you-they're better than you"... read more

    • Ivan T.
      Ivan T.

      If you are stop - you are done. Take slow pace and go. Enjoy being free and being trailblazer for all of us. Everything will be fine. Cheers my big friend.

      about 1 month ago Like

  10. RUN
    great Cobwebs 3 km

    Just a little legturner with a few strideouts thrown in. Pigout in progress. Bring on tomorrow.

  11. RUN
    good Minor scare ... phew 5 km

    A small pull of the hamstring last night at kids soccer training, just as I finally registered for Sunday's marathon. Voltaren, ice etc did the trick it seems, managed easy 5K with a few strid... read more

  12. RUN
    good Moonrise 7 km

    Last night: 1.5 warm up, 4K 3-3 breath pace (around 5:15), 1.5 cool down. Spectacular moonrise to witness.

  13. RUN
    good Kinda ready 17 km 01:34 08:51 pace

    A sort of dress rehearsal for next week over much shorter distance. Started really slow and cruisy, finished strong with no ill effects or tiredness to speak of. Only 17K though, I'll be absol... read more

  14. RUN
    alright Slept in 8 km

    Wasn't going to do too much more anyway. A case of very scientific "this'll do" :D

  15. RUN
    good Swanbourne - home 12.6 km 01:06 08:29 pace

    Nice little pacer with about 4K around 5 thrown in, warm day. Bit worried that this running well lately will have me overly optimistic for the marathon in two weeks time...but I'll take it.

  16. RUN
    good Builder 24 km 02:14 08:57 pace

    First 7K with my better half at a leisurely 6:03 pace, then gradually brought the pace down and HR up, finished strong. Last of the 20K+ runs before the marathon I reckon.

  17. RUN
    alright Local loop 5.8 km

    Couple of 3-4 min fast efforts in there to tax the legs & chest a bit.

  18. RUN
    alright Legturn 12 km

    70 minutes. TOF

  19. RUN
    good Morning 12 km 01:08 09:07 pace

    Cruiser with a 3K pace segment thrown in for good measure.